Problems With Holly Bushes?

Answer Holly bushes belong to the Ilex plant family, which has nearly 400 different varieties. The shrubs have prickly edged, dark-green, shiny foliage and red berries. The fruit is not edible by humans b... Read More »

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How to Landscape With Holly Bushes?

Holly bushes are ornamental plants, known for their waxy, spiny leaves and seasonal berries. Evergreen holly bushes are popular in residential landscapes, providing interest and color, even on the ... Read More »

Varieties of Holly Bushes?

Holly bushes can grow as shrubs or trees, have smooth bark and produce berries. The term holly bush is applied to hundreds of varieties and species. From the familiar English holly used for Christm... Read More »

How to Cut Back Holly Bushes?

There are 600 species of flowering holly bushes. Before cutting back your holly bush, make sure it is one of the species that should be pruned. Chinese holly and yaupon holly grow best when they ar... Read More »

How to Remove Holly Bushes?

Holly bushes are a broadleaf evergreen propagated commercially for home garden use. Holly is considered an invasive species in many areas of the United States where it has spread to forest lands, c... Read More »